Johannesburg Trades Hall

The Trades Hall is one of the oldest Edwardian buildings in the city of Johannesburg. Beyond its architectural importance, the building has historical significance as the previous headquarters of the Trade Unions. It is associated with many historical events such as the 1922 Rand Revolt.[1] In 1986 it was listed as one of Johannesburg's 100 most important heritage buildings.[2][3]

Trades Hall
Trades Hall Rissik str JHF 011.jpg
Declaration of the strike in March 6, 1922
General information
StatusComplete
LocationJohannesburg, South Africa
Completed1914
Height
Roof102 metres (335 ft)
Technical details
Floor count4
Design and construction
ArchitectAburrow & Treeby
The Johannesburg Trades Hall in 1985

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Krikler, J. (2005). White Rising: The 1922 Insurrection and Racial Killing in South Africa. Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719068447. Retrieved 2014-10-05.
  2. ^ "Heritage Portal: Johannesburg Trades Hall". Archived from the original on 2014-07-29. Retrieved 2014-07-20.
  3. ^ Blue Plaques: Trades Hall

Coordinates: 26°12′16″S 28°02′32″E / 26.20431°S 28.04225°E / -26.20431; 28.04225